Next month the circus officially comes to Washington when Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is expected to go from being the U.S. House minority leader to become speaker of the House, once the newly elected Democratic majority takes office.
After Pelosi and her new majority are sworn-in, their subpoena cannon will be loaded and pointed at the White House. The Democrats will mount one politically driven investigation after another, backed by billionaires George Soros and Tom Steyer, along with other rich far-left donors.
Congressional oversight of the executive branch is an important part of our system of checks and balances. But oversight only works if it’s seen as a legitimate fact-finding exercise.
The major problem for this incoming Democratic-controlled House is that the Democrats have already concluded that their investigations should all come to the conclusion that President Trump must be impeached.
The liberals who will soon control the House have spent two years trying to get to this moment and are foaming at the mouth now that it’s here. They have set expectations way too high and are poised to overreach and make clumsy mistake after clumsy mistake along the way. This crew has proven repeatedly that they can’t help themselves.